Thursday, May 8, 2014

Happy Hexagons - Thinking of you

Hello friends : )  I'm excited to be getting inky today! I've been super busy preparing for our big Mother's Day Sale at neckStyles™, my little scarf biz on Etsy, that I've had to turn my attention from my beautiful papers to some beautiful fabric instead : ) But everything is running as it should so I'm back to playing with paper today!

Before I continue with today's post I want to send a BIG shout out!! to my newest followers!! Jenny B from Owl Be Crafty, Jenny from Jen's Paper Obsession, Elly - all the way from the Netherlands! : ) at Elly's Creations and a great big (((Hug))) for Shawna Standish! : ) Welcome welcome!! I hope you will visit often and be inspired when you do. : )


Today I wanted to make a card using my new Happy Hexagons Stamp Set from PTI.  I love how you can line these stamps up and create a quilt like pattern simply by eying it up. I used Real Red and Crumb Cake inks from SU.  I love how these two colors coordinate.  I chose a sentiment from CTMH "Card Chatter - Sympathy" and then went to my button bin to dig for the perfect buttons.


While I was going through my buttons I came across a sweet collection of buttons from Making Memories and decided to break my resolution NOT to think of anything relating to winter for at least 6 months! LOL and create a Christmas card.



Aren't these little buttons cute? I have had them forever!! and hate to use them.  But in an effort to begin USING my supplies I surrendered!

That is it for today.  I have been getting a bit behind in my goal to create 100 cards in 100 days but I am not worried. : )  so far I have completed 33 cards and I still have 69 days left to go before I complete my challenge and draw a winner for my BLOG CANDY! Thank you for leaving a comment on today's post.  In doing so you qualify for a chance to win.  See THIS post for all the details!

Have a super day!

Patti

Supplies:
Cardstock and Ink by SU
Thinking of you sentiment by CTMH
Merry Christmas Sentiment by The Angel Company
Happy Hexagons by Papertrey Ink
Buttons and ribbon from my stash

15 comments:

KT Fit Kitty said...

These are gorgeous, Patti! Love the colours and those beautiful buttons! The holly leaf buttons are adorable!

Did you notice the embossing folder I used the other day? Didn't want you to miss it...
http://ktdesigns2013.blogspot.ca/2014/05/butterfly-happy-anniversary-hero-arts.html

You are now 2 cards closer to your goal! Way to go!

Kelly said...

i thought that was a paper punch at first. how dern cute is that? love it!

ellyscard creatief said...

Love the exagon card.
Thanks for the warm welcom.

Gr Elly

Nikki C said...

These are so pretty love the little hexagons and I so understand what you mean by using up stuff we have for a long time it's so hard when we like them :)

Carole Z said...

Hi Patti, these are beautiful, I love the hexagons and your fab stamping...mentioning neckstyles you have reminded me of something, will be in touch soon! Hugs Carole Z X

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is so pretty, I love the fun hexagon!
YOU GO GAL for reaching your 100 cards in 100 days goal!!!!

Diane said...

As always your cards are cheerful and lovely! Welcome back from neckStyles™. Have fun :) creating your next cards to reach your goal of 100 cards in a 100 days.

Love,
Diane

Beverly Ann said...

These are Soooooo cute. Reminds me of quilting :) you could easily do a Grandmothers garden pattern with one of these cards.

Helen F. said...

Oh I just LOVE the patterned hexagons, Patti! Such beautiful colors and design on these two cards.

diana fernandez said...

I adore hexagons! Very cute card

Beth F. said...

I really am in love with the hexagon craze right now. I usually am not big into the geometric designs, but for some reason I love the hexagons LOL! I like the buttons you added. Both of the cards have a comfy, warm feel to them.

Asha said...

These are super gorgeous, Patti. And I am in LOVE with the Christmas version. The quilted look is perfect for cold days. :-)
hugs, Asha

Bananastamper said...

Wow! Absolute gorgeousness! The more I scroll through your blog, the more confident I feel that maybe my mojo will return! Thanks for the inspiration my friend!
Shanna :)

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Nice card!

Carmen M. said...

This is such a cute idea. Lovin the colors